More electronic music. Hooray! This is an album of songs created entirely through my own eleet programmering skillz. It's 100% generated by C programs. This was made for an online contest (with neither judging nor winners) unseasonably named "Auld Lang Sine 2" (see http://als.ubikmusic.org/ ), in which random people from the internet each make an album in two months and then release it for free. Seeing as all my music is free, I thought I might as well participate. For some more... ( 1 reviews )
Giveupnewyork's debut EP to 4 Channel Records titled "When Robots Dream". An 8 song release full of happy, melodic, and very danceable chiptune songs made with a Gameboy. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: chiptune, giveupnewyork, 8bit, retro, 4 channel records
critThreat makes his debut EP for 4 Channel Records. It's full of Famitracker chiptune songs that are at times glitchy and dancey. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: chiptune, retro blip, 8-bit, famitracker, critthreat, 4cr, 4 channel records
30 short generative pieces from the restivesonic audio labs, utilizing software developed by Victor Khashchanskiy (www.webcenter.ru/~vsoft/), and based on original material by Simon Ho (http://cdbaby.com/cd/simonho2 , http://cdbaby.com/cd/simonho). ( 1 reviews ) Topics: electronic, experimental, soundscape, ambient, musique concrete, glitch, drone, generative
The film is based on C.J. Dennis' 1915 Australian poem The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke. The film was produce by a South Australian company, The Southern Cross Feature film Co, and shot in New South Wales. Most of the exteriors were filmed in the Sydney suburb Woolloomooloo, Manley Beach, Bondi and The Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney. Interiors were shot at Wonderland City in Bondi. The text on the inter-titles (designed by Lyell) was taken directly from Dennis' poem. Raymond Longford and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Australia, C J Dennis
David J. Grossman Published these works in MIDI format on his webpage: Dave's JS Bach Page. I've tried to literally translate his recording into MP3 format. I hope you enjoy his work as much as I do. Any use or redistribution must comply with Dave's original License. Other Credits Guitar soundfont : Richard Yates ( 2 reviews ) Topics: David J Grossman, Classical, Chamber Music, guitar, MIDI, Lute, Johann Sebastian Bach
1967 episode of "The Lucy Show" called "Main Street U.S.A.". In this episode, Lucy Carmichael tries to save a historic town from being demolished. [29 Episodes of "The Lucy Show" have entered the Public Domain, For reasons which have never been explained] ******************* Info from Wikipedia: The Lucy Show was Lucille Ball's follow up show to I Love Lucy. It began in 1962 and ran until 1968. The premise and the cast changed frequently, with only Gale Gordon... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: The Lucy Show, Lucille Ball, Classic TV, 60's TV, Historic Preservation
Some network show promos that I uploaded to my Dailymotion page,but they say contains explicit content.So decided to upload them here.Network Promos Gunsmoke Cimarron Strip Lancer Classic TV ( 4 reviews ) Topics: CBS, 1960s, Show Promos,Classic TV
Clip from the classic musical TV show "Your Hit Parade", featuring the cast doing a performance of "Casey Jones", In a broadway style. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Casey Jones, Your Hit Parade, Classic TV, 50's TV, Fifties Television
Episode of the 50's TV series "Life With Elizabeth", starring Betty White. This series had originally started as a local live series, then became a syndicated filmed series that aired from 1953 to 1955. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Betty White, 50's Television, 1950's Sitcom, Fifties, Life with Elizabeth,
Episode of the popular 50's TV series, "Mama" (AKA "I Remember Mama"), starring Peggy Wood. This light-hearted Classic TV series was about a immigrant family in 1910's America. The shows mix of drama and Comedy proved popular with both the critics and the American public. Sadly, Most episodes of this show are lost. This is a kinescope of a 1950 episode, Complete with original Maxwell House Coffee commercials. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Mama, Classic TV, 50's TV, Drama, Sitcom, Kinescope, Maxwell House Coffee, Old Time Television,...
Episode "Murder, PH.D." of the classic 50's TV series "Rocky King, Detective", which ran on the DuMont Television Network from 1950 to 1955. The series was broadcast live, and it's believed most episodes of the show are lost. The show got decent ratings and generally good reviews, and is among the better DuMont Network programs. ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, DuMont Television Network, Live Television, Early TV
Jackie Gleason on segment of the popular 50's TV series "Cavalcade of Stars", doing a sketch called "The Honeymooners", which was later turned into a sitcom. "Cavalcade of Stars" started in 1949 and quickly became one of the most popular shows on The DuMont Television Network. Jackie Gleason was the 3rd and most popular host of the series. "The Honeymooners" started as a series of sketches, and later became a classic CBS sitcom still shown in syndication... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Jackie Gleason, The Honeymooners, Cavalcade of Stars, 50's TV, 1950's Television, Classic TV,...
1955 Episode of the 50's Sitcom/Drama "Mama" (Also known as "I Remember Mama"). This popular show was about a Norway family who moved to America back in the early 20th Century. This episode is titled "Mama's Nursery School". ****************************** Info from Wikipedia: Mama was a weekly Maxwell House-sponsored CBS television comedy-drama series which ran from July 1, 1949 until March 17, 1957. Based on the Kathryn Forbes memoir Mama's Bank Account, which... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: 50's TV, 1950's Television, American History, I Remember Mama
Promotional newsreel containing a variety of Chevrolet-centric stories, including the construction of U.S. 1 linking Key West, Florida with the mainland; a Baltimore ceremony awarding large Chevrolet keys to the oldest auto plant employees; a man leading a pony with his Chevrolet; the "Evans Auto-Railer," an automobile that runs down railroad tracks in Jackson, Michigan; old automobile advertising; a travelogue sequence set in St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest city in North America;... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Car culture: Newsreels, Automobiles: Advertising
Episode of the popular 50's TV game show "What's My Line" with guest stars Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz. Complete with original commercials for Remington Rand Shavers. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Game Show, Fifties, 1950's, 50's
Episode of "The Dinah Shore Show" from 1956. Originally broadcast in Color, Now it only exists in Black and White. Contains original commercials for Chevrolet. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: The Dinah Shore Show, Dinah Shore, 1956, Classic TV, 50's TV, Kinescope, Chevrolet, Chevrolet...
Episode of the popular 50's Game Show "What's My Line" with politician Randolph Churchill, Cuban band leader Desi Arnaz and actress Kim Novac. Features original commercials for Univac Aired 5 February 1956. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, 1950's, Fifties, Game Show
THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES did turn into television's number one show faster than any sitcom in history. A supreme television classic, this CBS-TV folklore favorite ran for nine years and still holds the record for TV's highest-rated half hour. ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, The Beverly Hillbillies
Cartoon showing what happens to a drop of gasoline from the time it flows into the gas tank to when it is exploded in the engine cylinder. This "fantastic voyage" through a glisteningly clean Chevrolet engine is an excellent example of the soft-sell industrial, where the product that's promoted is hardly ever mentioned by name. ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Automobiles: Engineering, Oil industry, Animation: Advertising
Failed TV pilot from 1950 called "Let's Join Joanie". Two years before she starred in the semi-popular 50's sitcom "I Married Joan", Joan Davis did this unsuccessful pilot. I don't know much about this pilot, Which curiously runs 33 minutes long despite the fact that it features no commercials. Don't watch it expecting comedy gold, But it does have historic value, and is kinda amusing. The picture quality is horrible. I plan to upload a better file, but the picture quality... ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Failed Pilot, Joan Davis, 50's Television, Fifties, 1950's
"Rocky King, Detective" aired on the short-lived DuMont Television Network from 1950 to 1954. The show was done live on a low-budget, and the show had several quirks. Most of the episodes are believed lost, But perhaps as many as 37 survive. The show never entered the top 30 in the ratings, and is now considered to be a "Cult Classic". This episode is called "The Hermit's Cat" This episode originally aired 31 August 1952. ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, DuMont Television Network, 50's, 1950's, Fifties, Television
Failed TV Pilot called "Little Amy", produced 1962. This pilot is about a small child. Features some nice footage of early 60's house design. ( 12 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 60's TV, 1960's Television, Public Domain, 1962, Suburbia, Children